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  • A Lifetime is a Promise to Keep

    translated by Michelle Yeh The First Intimation A tree appears in February. God knows how many trees there are in the world that look just like it, but for me there is only one. It flashes [...]

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  • The Erotic Place of Translation

    Literary translation is neither here nor there: between languages, between cultures, neither in full view nor fully invisible. Translators are often described as caught between the extremes of a series of paradoxes that become irreconcilable dilemmas [...]

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  • The Poet Versus Lady Macbeth

    In this essay, Sampsonia Way emeritus writer-in-residence, Horacio Castellanos Moya, discusses the conflict between writers and dictators. The essay explores the example of Ernesto Cardenal, an 84-year-old former Nicaraguan culture minister and Catholic priest, who helped [...]

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  • The Poet Versus Lady Macbeth

    translated by Katherine Silver Click here for the Spanish version The relationship between writers and political power has never been simple, especially when the writer in question has participated, even temporarily, in the exercise of such [...]

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